If your bathroom counter has become all too cluttered and is in need of a bit of a refresh, we get it. It's simply too easy for products, makeup bags, first aid essentials, and much more to pile up in this space, and when you're rushing out the door for work, the last thing you want to do is tidy up after yourself. But let's face it: because it's much easier to get ready for the day when your space is neat and organized, you'll want to focus on tackling this clutter ASAP.
Below, we've rounded up 20 inspiring bathrooms featuring well organized countertops that will motivate you to pare down your belongings today. Get ready to scoop up some stylish vessels and trays and get your loo looking oh so lovely in no time.
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Stack Your Stuff
To conserve space, opt for clear containers that stack. See through vessels will allow you to easily keep track of everything you have on hand (and determine what you need to replenish). A stacking system is ultra practical and eliminates the need to fill your entire counter with various jars.Continue to 2 of 20 below.
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Place Towels in a Basket
Why not replicate some of the elements of a fancy hotel bathroom in your own home? Placing washcloths in a petite woven basket elevates the everyday and keeps you organized.Continue to 3 of 20 below.
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Add an Under Sink Shelf
If your countertops are super tiny, as is the case in this bathroom, make use of a floating shelf beneath your sink and use that space to house all of your necessities in a cute basket. The solution is both stylish and functional.Continue to 4 of 20 below.
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Set Out a Small Bowl
Petite bowls are perfect for housing jewelry while you wash your face at night or step into the shower. This ceramic piece will keep all of your baubles safe while looking gorgeous on your countertop. To find something unique, check out a local craft fair or vintage shop.Continue to 5 of 20 below.
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Grab Sophisticated Storage Pieces
Make basics like soap and tissues shine on your countertop by investing in coordinating storage solutions. These striped pieces add some oomph to this sophisticated bathroom and are way prettier than standard packaging. Choose a color scheme that's already present in your bathroom, or think outside the box if you want to make a statement with an additional hue.Continue to 6 of 20 below.
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Try a Tray
A simple tray is also a great way to corral all of your day to day countertop essentials. When you need to clean your counter, you can simply lift it up and out of the way, no major reshuffling required.Continue to 7 of 20 below.
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If you don't want to go through the process of decanting soaps and lotions into aesthetically pleasing jars, we get it. You can simply purchasing items in one particular color to make your countertop look less busy. Here, all white bottles with contemporary labeling appear nice and cohesive.Continue to 8 of 20 below.
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Set Out Guest Towels
Hosting guests calls for something special. Placing small napkins in a clear tray so that visitors can easily wipe their hands is a great way to make your bathroom countertop appear welcoming and clean without contaminating the cloth towels that you and your family use.Continue to 9 of 20 below.
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Style Some Wicker
Looking to add some texture to your countertops? A small, lidded wicker jar looks chic on this countertop and is the perfect place to tuck away hair ties or cotton rounds.Continue to 10 of 20 below.
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Upgrade Your Toothbrush Cup
It's time to toss that plastic cup you've been using to house toothbrushes and pick up something a little more charming. Here, a small silver vessel complements the sink hardware to a T.Continue to 11 of 20 below.
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Deck Out the Vanity
Have a dedicated vanity in the bathroom? Outfit it with little luxuries such as a petite mirror for closeups, a small candle, and a cheerful plant. You'll feel extra glam as you sit back and apply your lipstick.Continue to 12 of 20 below.
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Purchase an End Table
No real counter space? No problem. Fake a counter by placing a small end table next to your sink to house a few key items. However, it's still key to keep a surface like this one relatively minimal.Continue to 13 of 20 below.
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Use a thin tray to ensure that products don't easily topple over if you're placing them in the middle of a sink. This setup is layered with a beautiful vase stationed behind the tray.Continue to 14 of 20 below.
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Use Every Corner
Don't forget to make use of corners! Stashing a couple of products off to the side of each sink is a great way to take advantage of minimal counterspace.Continue to 15 of 20 below.
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Display a Cake Stand
A cake stand can be a great way to showcase favorite things such as a candle, a couple of bottles of perfumes, or even a small succulent. These pieces are by no means just for the kitchen and add excellent height to any bathroom countertop. Best of all, you can source them easily at thrift stores for just a couple of dollars.Continue to 16 of 20 below.
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Search for a Storage Box
Make use of a larger storage box for medicines and other items that you may not want to display out in the open but need to access frequently. This cane one is oh so on trend.Continue to 17 of 20 below.
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Introduce Natural Touches
Place a small bud vase on your countertop to add a touch of nature to your space. If your bathroom doesn't receive much natural light, a faux arrangement is also A-OK—we won't tell anyone else!Continue to 18 of 20 below.
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Bust Out a Basket
Keep all of your everyday makeup in one accessible spot by placing frequently used brushes and bottles in a small basket. Everything will be easy to grab when you're in a hurry to get ready for the day.Continue to 19 of 20 below.
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Style Your Soap
Give your everyday soap dish a bit of a glowup and scoop up something with a little more personality. A gold, leaf shaped dish adds major style to this bathroom.Continue to 20 of 20 below.
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Stack Some Bins
Get your styling on by stacking some artful boxes on your bathroom counter the way you would on an open shelf. These also add lots of visual interest to the space due to their material.